Holidays are fast approaching: for school students, university students and even for those choosing to take mid-year annual leave. But in order to go on the luxurious getaways and weekends with friends, you often have to fulfill one tiny requirement: a driving license. But what if you can’t drive yet? You’re not alone. In fact, a study found that in Victoria the licensing rate for people under 25 is actually on the decline. And if you fall into this category, there’s every chance you’ll still want to make the most of your winter holidays. That’s why today, we’ve put together a list of fantastic things to see and do in Victoria that you won’t need a license for. Continue reading
Are you struggling to come up with the perfect gift for the most amazing mother in the world? There comes a point in every child’s life when a gift made from paddle pop sticks and pom poms doesn’t quite express the love and appreciation you have for the woman who raised you. Don’t worry, in this blog, we are sharing some ideas on how to pamper your mum.
If you’re thinking of visiting or touring Victoria, you should consider adding some Indigenous Australian cultural experience to your itinerary. The Koori nations who are the traditional landowners of what is today known as Victoria and New South Wales have long, rich and cultures which are quite distinct from the more widely known cultural traditions of peoples in the Northern Territory and Western Australia. In this blog, we look at 4 ways you can experience Indigenous culture during your visit to Victoria. Continue reading
Not sure what to do this autumn? Melbourne has incredible festivals and stunning scenery perfect for this time of year. In this blog we are sharing the best things to do this autumn.
Travelling for work might sound fun – until it’s all work, no play. It’s a huge shame to come to a new city as culturally rich as Melbourne and not have fun in your leisure time. That’s why today, we have put together a list of ways to transform your upcoming Melbourne business trip. Continue reading
Booked a facial for your next visit to the Peninsula Hot Springs?
Taking a little time to prepare is not only about being courteous to your esthetician, it’s also about making sure you are getting the best possible treatment for your skin. In this blog we are sharing tips to make sure you are getting the most out of your luxurious facial treatment.
Whilst an increased workload shouldn’t have to mean more stress for us, being busy often means our need for inner peace and wellbeing is pushed to the side a little. That’s why it’s so important to seek out ways to practice self-care, especially as the holidays draw nearer. In this week’s article, we’ll be exploring one way to practice self-care in particular: being near water.
There’s definitely a good case for the benefits of independent travel, but there are so many other forms of travel that are often overlooked. Sometimes, organised tours are just what you need! Sure, there are poorly run tours out there, but there are some definite gems too. So kick back and relax; in this week’s article, we’ll be arguing in favour of company run tours.
In our busy day-to-day lives, our health and wellbeing often takes a backseat. But it’s important to remember that the effects of neglecting our physical wellbeing can spill over into other parts of our lives and cause problems. Along with diet, exercise, sleep and mental health practices, massage can be an incredibly powerful tool in connecting the physical with our spiritual selves. In this week’s article, we’re going to be diving deep into the world of massage to explore its health benefits.
Many people know the rugged sandstone mountain ranges in the northwest of Victoria as The Grampians, but to the local Djab Wurrung and Jardwadjali people, this is a sacred place known as Gariwerd. The descendants of these traditional peoples remain in the area to this day, carrying on the culture and stories of the land. In this week’s article, we’ll be exploring the significance of Gariwerd to the history and culture of the Djab Wurrung and Jardwadjali people.